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Jazz, Standards, Big Band, and Swing
MIDI Files H
Song Title Size Performer Sequencer
Hammon' Blues 40kb
Original Composition by Les Gorven
Jazz, Original, Jive
Les Gorven
© 2002 MIDIStudio Publishing
Hang On To Your Love 30kb
Jazz, Smooth Jazz, Fusion, R&B
Johannes Karhula
Have You Heard 111kb
Pat Metheny
Jazz, Fusion, Post-Bop, Contemporary Jazz, Folk Jazz, Progressive Jazz,
Jazz Instrument, Guitar Jazz, Classical
Gabriel Santiago
Have You Met Miss Jones (Wright) 20kb
Richard Rodgers & Lorenz (Larry) Hart
Jazz, Stage & Screen, Vocal, Swing, Sewwt Bands, Big Band
Roly Wright
Midkar Member
Heart Of Mine 48kb
Bobby Caldwell
Jazz, Urban, Contemporary Jazz, Quiet Storm, Smooth Jazz
Harkuswo Hartono
Midkar Member
Heart Of My Heart 52kb
Composed by Ben Ryan (1926)
aka: "(The Gang that Sang) Heart of My Heart"
Recorded by The Four Aces, 1953.

Jazz, 20's, EZ Listening, Barbershop, Pop/Rock, Vocal
Heiko Plate
Herb's Jazz Fantasy 32kb
H. Harari & P.Sellars
Here To Stay 46kb
Composed by Lyle Mays & Pat Metheny
Performed by The Pat Meteny Group
Jazz, Crossover Jazz. Guitar Jazz, Jazz Instrument, Contemporary Jazz, Jazz-Pop, Post-Bop
Ramon Garcia
Here's That Rainy Day 9kb
Music: Jimmy Van Heusen, Lyrics: Johnny Burke (1953)
Jazz, Stage & Screen, Vocal, EZ Listening, Latin Jazz
Played By Bob Mace
Midkar Member
Hernando's Hideaway 44kb
Pajama Game (1954)
Jazz, Hollywood
Jeff Karline
Hey There 28kb
Words and Music by Richard Adler and Jerry Ross
From "The Pajama Game." Recorded by Rosemary Clooney
Jazz, Vocal Jazz, Standard, Soundtrack
Deb Ackley
Kar - Bunty Pritchard Jones
  Added 04/22/14
The Rippingtons
From The Rippingtons' eighth album, "Brave New World" which was released in 1996.
It was their final album for GRP Records.

Jazz, Smooth Jazz, Jazz Fusion
Iman Tjahjono
Holiday For Strings 44kb
David Rose (1944)
40s, Jazz, TV Theme (Red Skelton)
George Pollen
Home At Last 65kb
Written by Donald Fagen & Walter Becker
Performers Include: Steely Dan, Michael Paulo, Jim West, Pam Bricker, & Others
Jazz, Pop/Rock
Bob Gaynor
© 1996
Honey Hush 33kb
Composed by Ed Kirkeby & Fats Waller
In the style of Fats Waller
Jazz, Early Jazz, Stride
Barry Heard
© Bazza1Studio®
Midkar Member
Honeysuckle Rose 13kb
Music: Fats Waller, Lyrics: Andy Razaf (1928)
Performed by Waller (1934) and covered by many others..
Jazz, 20's, Standard, Stage & Screen, World, Classical
Benjamin Lewis
Honky Tonk Train Blues 110kb
Rex Stewart
Jazz, Swing, Continental Jazz, Bop, Trumpet Jazz, Jazz Instrument, Dixieland
Eugene Hayak
Hooked On Rhythm 40kb
A Jeanne Coello Original Jazz Medley
Original, Jazz
Jeanne Coello
Hootie Blues 16kb
Jay McShann & Charlie Parker
Jazz, Bop, Swing, Sax Jazz, Jazz Instrument, Standards
David W. Barnes
Midkar Member
Hot Stuff 43kb
A. S. Walloch
Jazz, Original
A. S. Walloch
How About You? 44kb
M: Burton Lane, Lyrics: Ralph Freed (1941)
Original Arrangement by Dave Wolpe. The song was introduced in the 1941
film Babes on Broadway by Judy Garland and Mickey Rooney
and has also featured in The Fisher King with Robin Williams.
Notable recordings by Frank Sinatra (1956), & Shirley Bassey (1959)

Jazz, Vocal, Stage & Screen, EZ Listening
Gary Wachtel
Blue Max Distribution
How Deep Is The Ocean? 37kb
Irving Berlin
Jazz, Piano Jazz, Mainstream Jazz, Standards, Jazz Instument
Doug McKenzie
How Do You Keep The Music Playing 27kb
Lyrics:Alan and Marilyn Bergman, Music: Michel Legrand (1982)
It was one of the 1982 film Best Friends, where it was introduced by Patti Austin
and James Ingram. It was one of three songs with lyrics by Alan and Marilyn Bergman that was
nominated for the Academy Award for Best Original Song at the 55th Academy Awards.

Jazz, Stage & Screen, Vocal, EZ Listening, Adult Contemporary
Jack L. Hall
Midkar Member
How High The Moon 24kb
Lyrics: Nancy Hamilton, Music: Morgan Lewis.
It was first featured in the 1940 Broadway revue Two for the Show,
where it was sung by Alfred Drake and Frances Comstoc
The earliest recorded hit version was by Benny Goodman & His Orchestra.
The best-known recording of the song is by Les Paul and Mary Ford, made on January 4, 1951.

Jazz & Jazz Standards, Vocal, Soundtrack
Josef Huber
© 1997
How High The Moon
  Added 04/22/14
Les Paul & Mary Ford (1951)
The song was sung in various recordings by Ella Fitzgerald, becoming (with the Gershwin's "Oh, Lady Be Good!")
Ella's signature tune. She first performed the song at Carnegie Hall on September 29, 1947.
The best-known recording of the song is by Les Paul and Mary Ford, made on January 4, 1951.

Jazz & Jazz Standards, Vocal, Soundtrack
Gary Rogers

Midkar Member/Moderator
How High The Moon
  Added 04/22/14
Ella Fitzgerald

Ella's most celebrated recording of "How High the Moon" is on her 1960 album
Ella in Berlin, and her version was inducted into the Grammy Hall of Fame in 2002, which is a special Grammy award
established in 1973 to honor recordings that are at least twenty-five years old,
and that have "qualitative or historical significance.

Jazz & Jazz Standards, Vocal, Soundtrack
Mel Webb
For my old friend, Mel; (R.I.P)
How Insensitive
Antonio Carlos Jobim
It is loosely based on Frederic Chopin's Prelude No.4 with lyrics by Vinícius de Moraes.
The English lyrics were written by Norman Gimbel.

Jazz, Bossa Nova, Vocal, Latin, World
Wade Culbreath
aka: MalletCat

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